BASKET weaving, painting, jewellery and wood carving are among the art forms on display at a new exhibition.

The Poldrate Arts and Crafts Centre is hosting the tutors’ exhibition until August 26 in the nearby John Gray Centre.

The exhibition focuses on sustainability and what people can do to reduce their carbon footprint.

Guided tours, demonstrations, talks and meet the curators’ sessions are held throughout the exhibition.

A spokesperson for the event said: “On the last day of the exhibition, August 26, there will be an open day at Poldrate Mill.

“This will be an opportunity to meet tutors and students, see where and how they work, ask questions, and be inspired to try some courses.

“Poldrate Mill is an 18th-century B-listed building donated to the local community by Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton. The mill was renovated and is maintained by the Lamp of Lothian Trust.

“Poldrate Arts and Craft Centre promotes and encourages the study, practice and knowledge of the visual arts and crafts in East Lothian.”